Stress in the Workplace

Extreme stress levels can interfere with your productivity and performance, impact your health and affect your personal life. Continue reading this blog post to learn more. 

What’s a simple addition to your day to decrease stress & improve well-being?

Are you looking for ways to decrease your stress level and improve wellness? Gratitude has been shown to reduce stress and foster well-being. Continue reading to learn more. 

Giving Thanks in the Office

According to an article from Cobb Business Journal, it's important to not only give thanks in our personal lives but also in our professional lives. Read this blog post to learn more. 

How data science can help employers build better benefit plans

Instead of data science focusing on the governing of the definition of data it now focuses on the enhancing and publishing that data. Read this blog post to learn how data science can help you build a better benefits plan. 

Civic time off: The benefit getting employees to the polls

Did your company offer benefits to employees who voted during the midterm elections? Some companies are looking to change low voter engagement by offering new benefits to employees who vote. Read this blog post to learn more.

Changing the conversation on mental health

U.S. employers can now use guidelines set by Canadian employer, Bell, to create a standard for how to deal with mental health issues in the workplace. Read this blog post to learn more. 

How to create a strong communication plan for open enrollment

Once businesses have their plan changes locked in, it’s time to focus on communicating those changes to their employees. Read on to learn how businesses can create a strong communication plan for open enrollment.

Employers Assess Risk Tolerance with Wellness Program Incentives

With 2019 right around the corner, employers must decide which approach to take on program incentives without EEOC guidance. Read this blog post to learn more about wellness program incentive regulations.

Tri-Agency Proposed Rule on Health Reimbursement Arrangements

Have you heard of the DOL, Department of Treasury and Department of Health and Human Services' new rule for HRAs? The proposed rule aims to expand the flexibility and use of HRAs. Read on to learn more.

Helping employers start the conversation around suicide prevention

In 2016, suicide was the tenth-leading cause of death in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Employers should be more aware of how these events have an impact on people's mental health and well-being. Read on to learn more.